Mechanical Engineering

“Casting the world, forging the campus, shaping the universe, welding the rest of all branches, Bcoz, We are the Men, We are the machine, and we are Mechanical Engineers.
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Why to choose Mechanical Engineering in RITEE ?

About Department

About the Department

The Department of Mechanical Engineering (DME) was established in the year 1995 with an undergraduate programme in Mechanical Engineering. Over the last two decades the department provides an excellent opportunity to learn fundamentals of mechanical engineering and applied research for undergraduate and postgraduate students. The department is running three different specialization courses (Thermal Engineering, Machine Design and Energy Management) in post graduation level and also a recognized research center for conducting Ph.D. programme under Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University (CSVTU), Bhilai, Chhattisgarh. The department has the modern infrastructure to undertake high-end teaching, research and development activities in its modern laboratories, besides highly experienced faculty. The department provides an effective learning platform for understanding application of basic engineering in the field of thermal, energy management, design of machines, production, robotics, computer aided design and manufacturing etc. Interdisciplinary work is a key to our department’s success. Our faculty and students work together in collaborative environments, forging partnerships across campus and with many government agencies and industry partners. It provides quality learning with the widest applicability and most flexibility in terms of career paths.


Head of the Department

Dr. Devendra Kumar Dewangan joined as an Associate Professor & Head of Department (HOD) in Mechanical Engineering at Raipur Institute of Technology, Raipur. He received his Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree from Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee (I.I.T. Roorkee). He obtained his Master of Technology (M.Tech) in Industrial Engineering and Management from Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur (I.I.T. Kharagpur) and Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) in Mechanical Engineering from Government Engineering College, Bilaspur.

He is well experienced & specialized faculty with more than 10 years of teaching and research experience at UG, PG and PhD. level in various esteem engineering institutes, where he has held several important administrative and academic positions namely, Head of the Department, Training and Placement Coordinator, and Exam Superintendent, etc.

He has good research experience in the area of Manufacturing Competitiveness and Supply Chain Management. He has published over 20 research papers in the reputed International/National journals and conference proceedings. He has supervised large numbers of B. Tech and M. Tech thesis. He has served on the programme committee of the several seminars, workshops and conferences and also worked as reviewer of several conferences and journals both nationally and internationally. He has been an active member of several academic committees at the institute level.

His areas of current research interest are Manufacturing Competitiveness, Supply chain Management with software tools like Optimization Techniques, Structural Equation Modeling, Simulation Modeling, AutoCAD, and MATLAB, etc. which is giving value added to make in India project of Government of India.

Academic

Academic Programs

  1. B.E. in Mechanical Engineering (120 seats)
  2. M.E. in
    • Thermal Engineering (18 seats)
    • Machine Design (18 seats)
    • Energy Management (18 seats)
  3. Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering

Department Vision

To become a center of excellence in providing technical education to produce value-based competent professionals who are innovative, entrepreneurial, and knowledgeable in advanced field of mechanical engineering to cater the ever-changing industrial demands and social needs.


Department Mission

M1: To educate and train students to enable them to achieve an appreciable technical knowledge and skills, along with enhanced employability.
M2: Provide technical knowledge, leadership, guidance, support to industry, government establishments, and society.
M3: To inculcate social ethical values in graduates for progressive attainment at the social level.
M4: To exchange the culture of continuous learning and adopt advanced technologies to solve complex problems.


Program Educational Objectives (PEO’s)

PEO 1: To impart quality and value based knowledge of mechanical engineering and related subjects to the student.

PEO 2: To enhance creative and innovative skills of the students for decision making.

PEO 3: To develop new ideas and skills in graduates to pursue new career opportunities.

PEO 4: To prepare the students for life-long learning and to take-up career in various industries or to pursue higher studies in mechanical and interdisciplinary programs.

PEO 5: To prepare graduates to function as social and ethical professionals in the society.

PEO 6: To update and adapt the core knowledge and abilities of graduates to compete in the ever changing global enterprise.


Program Outcomes

S. No. Program Outcomes (POs)
1. The graduates will be able to apply fundamental knowledge of engineering and sciences in getting solutions to various mechanical engineering related problems.
2. The graduates will be able to formulate, function and lead multi-disciplinary teams.
3. The graduates will be able to communicate effectively.
4. The graduates will have the ability to apply principles of engineering, fundamental sciences and mathematics to design and realize physical systems, components, or processes.
5. They will have the ability to use modern techniques and skills necessary for engineering practice.
6. The graduates will be able to formulate and apply the knowledge of engineering techniques in solving the industrial or real life situations.
7. The graduates will become a good industrial and professional manager.
8. The graduates will acquire attitude for life- long learning.
9. The graduate will be able to understand and use modern engineering software, tools and equipments, etc. to analyze and solve various engineering problems.
10. The graduates will be able to participate and qualify various competitive examinations to take up career in Indian PSUs.

Strength of Mechanical Department

  • The Mechanical Engineering Department has young, highly qualified, and motivated faculties with good academic experience.
  • The faculty members of department has presented & published papers at several reputed International & National Journals and Conferences.
  • The department is well equipped laboratories.
  • The department has good Student-Teacher ratio as per AICTE Norms.
  • The department has formed a mechanical engineering student association (MESA) under which cultural & technical events is organized.
  • The department students are encouraged for higher studies and research work in Abroad & national reputed institutions like IITs, IIMs, IISERs, NITs, and Central Universities through different competitive examinations.
  • The department has good numbers of Placement.
  • The department provides collaborative initiative with Industries.
  • The department has organized Soft Skill, Technical Skill development programs and Aptitude classes for students.

Key Faculty Members

Key Faculty Members

S. No. Name of the Faculty Designation Qualification Experience( in years)
1 Prof. S. Kumar H.O.D B.E. M.E. 20
2 Dr. N. K. Saikhedkar Professor Ph.D. 40
3 Prof. G. K. Biswas Assistant Professor B.E. M.E. 20
4 Prof. A. K. Selot Associate Professor B.E. 37
5 Prof. VVGN Sudhir Assistant Professor B.E. M.E. 20
6 Mr. Sudhir Singh Rajput Assistant Professor M.E. 08
7 Mr. Hukum Chand Dewangan Assistant Professor M. Tech 04
8 Mr. Vishnu Sharma Assistant Professor M.S. 05
9 Mr. Dinesh Dhiwar Assistant Professor M. Tech 02
10 Mr. Jeenendra Kumar Shiv Assistant Professor M. Tech 04
11 Mr. Manuraj Sahu Assistant Professor M.E. 06
12 Mr. Bhoj Kumar Patel Assistant Professor M. Tech 01
13 Mr. Anoop Kose Assistant Professor M. Tech 04
14 Mr. Rajlalan Agnihotri Assistant Professor M. Tech (Pursuing) 02
15 Mr. Yogeshwar Kumar Chandra Lecturer B.E. 02

Achievements

S. No.

Name of Students

Percentile in GATE-2017

1.

Vivek Soni

55.07

2.

Rajat Panigrahi

38

3.

Shubham Pandey

33.94

4.

Ankit Maurya

33.59

 

Our Recruiters

     

Training & Placements

Placement Details: Session- 2016-17

List of students placed in campus interview

S. No.

Name of Students

Name of Company

1.

Harsh Sharma

Ashahi Glasses India



S. No.

Name of Students

Name of Company

1.

Vishal Roy

CADERA GROUP

2.

Darshan Dwiz

CADERA GROUP

3.

Pratik Gadgil

CADERA GROUP

4.

Naveen Kumar Singh

CADERA GROUP



S. No.

Name of Student s

Name of Company

1.

Mr. Vivek Kumar Das

Vishnu Chemicals

2.

Mr. Anchal Dansena

Vishnu Chemicals

3.

Mr. Harsh Kumar Rathore

Vishnu Chemicals

4.

Mr. Ram Gopal Biswas

Vishnu Chemicals

5.

Mr. Sumit Yadav

Vishnu Chemicals

6.

Mr. Rishi Ranjan   

Vishnu Chemicals

7.

Mr. Kaushlendra Subham   

Vishnu Chemicals

8.

Mr. Rajeev Kumar   

Vishnu Chemicals



S. No.

Name of Student s

Name of Company

1.

Pratik Gadgil 

Genpact



S. No.

Name of Student’s

Name of Company

1

Rajesh Ranjan Vidyarthi

HINDUJA GLOBAL

2.       

Pratik Gadgil

HINDUJA GLOBAL

3.       

Rahul Kumar Pandey

HINDUJA GLOBAL

4.       

Mohit Gohil

HINDUJA GLOBAL

5.       

Sourabh Chakraborty

HINDUJA GLOBAL

6.       

Darshan Dwiz

HINDUJA GLOBAL

7.       

Naveen Kumar Singh

HINDUJA GLOBAL

8.       

Khilesh Shankar Sahu

HINDUJA GLOBAL

9.       

Sumit Yadav

HINDUJA GLOBAL



S. No.

Name of Student’s

Name of Company

1.       

Palash Agarwal

V Dart Software Services

2.       

Jaydeep Biswas

V Dart Software Services

3.       

Pratik Gadgil

V Dart Software Services

4.       

Sourabh Chakraborty

VDart Software Services

5.       

Saurabh R Kshirsagar

VDart Software Services

 



S. No.

Name of Student’s

Name of Company

1.       

Saurabh R Kshirsagar

BHILWARA

2.       

Rahul Pandey

BHILWARA



S. No.

Name of Student’s

Name of Company

1.       

Shubham Pandey 

MAQ Equipments

2.       

Ankit Maurya

MAQ Equipments

3.       

Palash Agrawal

MAQ Equipments

4.       

Anchal Dansena

MAQ Equipments

5.       

Sumit Yadav

MAQ Equipments

6.       

Tarang Jaiswal

MAQ Equipments

7.       

Rajat Kumar

MAQ Equipments

8.       

Sourabh Chakraborty

MAQ Equipments

 

Laboratories

The Department has courses oriented laboratories where a student does experimental work leading to a better understanding of the physical phenomena. The department has the following laboratories:

S. No.

 

Name of Laboratory

 

Semester

1.       

Applied Chemistry Lab.

(1st Semester)

2.       

Basic Electrical Engineering Lab.

(1st Semester)

3.       

Engineering Mechanics Lab.

(1st Semester)

4.       

Workshop

(1st Semester)

5.       

Engineering Graphics Lab.

(2nd Semester)

6.       

Basic Civil Engineering Lab.

(2nd Semester)

7.       

Applied Physics Lab.

(2nd Semester)

8.       

Computing Lab.

(2nd Semester)

9.       

Material Testing Lab.

(3rd Semester)

10.   

Machine Drawing Lab.

(3rd Semester)

11.   

Engineering Thermodynamics Lab.

(3rd Semester)

12.   

Mechanical Measurement & Metrology Lab.

(3rd Semester)

13.   

Fluid Mechanics Lab.

(4th  Semester)

14.   

Computer Aided Drafting Lab.

(4th  Semester)

15.   

Kinematics of Machine Lab.

(4th  Semester)

16.   

Numerical analysis and Computer Programming Lab.

(4th  Semester)

17.   

Manufacturing  Science Lab

(5th  Semester)

18.   

Dynamics of Machines Lab.

(5th  Semester)

19.   

Fluid Machinery Lab.

(5th  Semester)

20.   

Machine Design-1 Lab.

(5th  Semester)

21.   

Internal Combustion Engines Lab. 

(6th  Semester)

22.   

Production Management Lab.

(6th  Semester)

23.   

Heat and Mass Transfer Lab.

(6th  Semester)

24.   

Machine Design-2 Lab.

(6th  Semester)

25.   

Automobile Engineering Lab.

(7th  Semester)

26.   

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Lab.

(7th  Semester)

27.   

Computer Aided Design & Manufacturing Lab.

(7th  Semester)

28.   

Finite Element Method Lab.

(8th  Semester)

29.   

Industrial Engineering & Management Lab.

(8th  Semester)

30.   

Robotics Lab.

(8th  Semester)

Future Scope

Future scope of Mechanical Engineering

Percentage of Mechanical Engineering Firms by Application


Mechanical Engineering Industry